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Tales of EUkraine - going strong in 2024!

щасливого Нового року!


Happy New Year and welcome back from the Tales of EUkraine consortium!

The holiday season didn’t stop us from working hard towards our goal… perhaps this time of giving inspired us a bit as well 😉

In the following page find many images from the latest events organized by our partners and supported by a fantastic network of supporters: libraries, voluntaries, interpreters...

Be inspired, and perhaps share the news to help us help children and refugees!


Some more pictures from Rome

We shared some news from the latest Più libri più liberi in December… and now see some pictures from our readings taking place on the 7th and 8th, including an event in Italian, Ukrainian, and… Sign language!



Tales of EUkraine reaches Czechia!

Tales of EUkraine is not limited to seven countries in Europe; many can participate! These are some pictures from TEUk reaching Czechia!



Tales of EUkraine continues to distribute books in Germany

Our goal is to make TEUk books available for as many children as possible… so donating them to libraries, cultural centres, and other hubs, is pivotal for the success of our project. Here are our books being received by the City Library of Menden!




TEUk books in Poland

Our Polish partners at PIK are working hard on publishing and distributing TEUk books; here are some of our books arriving at the Pedagogical library of Krakow!


TEUk books to the Ukrainian embassy in Slovakia

Our project wouldn’t be as effective without institutional support, both from European and Ukranian institutions. Here are some pictures from the Ukrainian Embassy in Slovakia, receiving our books to distribute them!


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About Tales of EUkraine

  About the project Tales of EUkraine (TEUk) is an opportunity for European publishers to support their Ukrainian counterparts and to display their solidarity to the most vulnerable victims of the conflict by doing what they do best: publishing books. This project will bring together European and Ukrainian publishers to deliver bilingual children’s books to several communities hosting Ukrainian refugees, fostering integration and mutual understanding. TEUk has built a catalogue of Ukrainian children’s books available for publishers to acquire the rights to and publish them in bilingual editions. The project partners will purchase the part of the print run to be distributed to displaced children and organise its distribution to the Ukrainian refugee communities, whilst publishers will be invited to promote the book to their national communities. TEUk will facilitate the integration of Ukrainian children in their host countries, increase the knowledge of Ukrainian culture across the Unio

TEUk catalogue is online!

Tales of EUkraine: Sharing Stories Today TEUk was officially presented during the BBplus programme of the Bologna Children's Book Fair ( Event Programme ( ). Olena Odynoka, coordinator of the Ukrainian Book Institute; Enrico Turrin, deputy director at FEP; Paola Malgrati, press office at Il Castoro, talked about the project's activities and the publishers' effort to support Ukrainian citizens and their counterparts.  During the event, the speakers presented the catalogue of titles available to be printed and distributed as part of the project  - thanks to the support of the European Commission. The catalogue is available on the Frankfurt Book Fair Rights' Portal, at the following address:  Company Profile ( The catalogue can be also accessed via this QR code: 

Tales of EUkraine at the Frankfurt Book Fair: a recap

We are back from the Frankfurt Book Fair after a series of events that marked one year of progress for Tales of EUkraine. The Tales of EUkraine consortium touched base on the project’s developments and forthcoming steps, presented the project’s activities to the fairgoers, and most i mportantly, distributed TEUk books to children from Ukraine and Germany on two different occasions as the first 6 Ukrainian-German titles left the printing houses right before the Fair, for a total of 30.000 books! The titles published before the fair are: The Tooth Fairy´s Tale (Publishing House RM ), In search of the winter sleep   (Publishing Mushlya LLC ), Skovoroda. Fables (Publishing House Vivat ), Battle for the City (Publishing House Artbooks ), The Owl Who Wanted To Become a Lark (Publishing House The Black Sheep ), and  My Home (Publishing House Ranok ). On Wednesday 18 th October, at 9:00 the doors opened at Struwwelpeter Museum for an event with Ukrainian and German children. Arnaud Pasq